Rebecca Salinas, KSAT 12

Rebecca Salinas


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Rebecca:

In 2018 Uvalde police arrested 2 teens for plotting Columbine-style mass shooting at middle school

In 2018, the Uvalde Police Department arrested two male teenagers who police said planned a “mass casualty event” at Morales Junior High School in Uvalde. → Read More

Texas State University System to allow students back on campus in fall 2020

Texas State University, Sul Ross State University and other colleges under the Texas State University System will allow students to return to campus in the fall. → Read More

River outfitters will remain closed in New Braunfels as other retailers allowed to open in Texas

The City of New Braunfels is advising tubing fans that river outfitters are not allowed to reopen under Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s first phase of reopening the economy during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

San Antonio police searching for 2-year-old girl who disappeared, may be in danger

San Antonio police are searching for Aurora Lee Lopez, 2. Sherry Lee McGill, 49, is wanted by police in connection to the alleged abduction. → Read More

These restaurants in San Antonio will reopen this weekend under Gov. Greg Abbott’s plan to reopen Texas

Gov. Greg Abbott's orders to reopen the Texas economy mean several restaurants in San Antonio will open on Friday, May 1, 2020. Several dining destinations have posted online that they will reopen to be in line with the capacity limit. → Read More

Thinking about dining inside at Whataburger this weekend? Chain says dining rooms not opening just yet

Although Texas Gov. Greg Abbott gave the order that all retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters and malls in Texas will be allowed to reopen with only 25% occupancy beginning Friday, May 1, Whataburger is not taking the risk just yet as the coronavirus pandemic continues. → Read More

Mayor Ron Nirenberg, City Council vote to officially extend ‘Stay Home, Work Safe’ orders in San Antonio

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and City Council will meet Thursday morning to hear a briefing on the coronavirus pandemic’s effect and vote on extending the current Declaration of Public Health Emergency. → Read More

Iconic bandstand at Alamo Plaza to be dismantled before relocation near Hays Street Bridge

An Alamo Plaza icon, where locals and tourists alike took photos or gathered to gaze at holiday lights or catch a glimpse of the Fiesta parades, will be no more. → Read More

SAPD: 2 men attempted to break into homes following shooting during Uber ride

Residents on the East Side reported attempted break-ins from a wounded man and another with a gun following a shooting. → Read More

Officials ID woman who allegedly fatally shot children, ages 3 and 5, and her mother before killing herself

A 37-year-old woman who San Antonio police say killed her children and mother has been identified by officials. → Read More

CDC adds 6 coronavirus symptoms to list

The Centers for Disease Control has added six new COVID-19 symptoms as health experts are seeing the virus affect patients in a growing number of ways. → Read More

Walmart to add one-way aisles to all San Antonio stores by end of the week for social distancing

Shoppers at Walmart will see ease in traffic flow as stores implement one-way aisles this week. → Read More

Police: Multiple bodies found in San Antonio apartment complex

San Antonio police are investigating a scene where multiple bodies were found Monday morning. → Read More

Motorcyclist killed in 7-vehicle crash on South Side identified by San Antonio police

A motorcyclist is dead after a crash involving multiple cars on the South Side, according to San Antonio police. → Read More

2 men arrested in series of car burglaries in San Antonio neighborhood, police say

Police have arrested two men accused in a series of car burglaries this month in a South Side neighborhood. → Read More

Affidavit: Man shot, robbed of truck was lured by 17-year-old girl via social media

Four teen suspects were arrested Thursday following a shooting, carjacking and chase, according to San Antonio police. → Read More

These stores, malls in San Antonio are open for retail to-go

The coronavirus pandemic has closed in-store shopping for weeks in Texas, but stores can now begin selling retail to-go. → Read More

‘You shot me’: Suspect apologized to teen victim, friend before fleeing fatal shooting, police say

An affidavit is revealing details about an apparent accidental shooting that left a 17-year-old girl dead on the North Side. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Mayor, City Council to hear briefing on COVID-19, to vote on $15.8M Emergency Housing Assistance Program

Mayor Ron Nirenberg and City Council will meet at 9 a.m. Thursday to discuss the city’s response and preparedness regarding the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Cornyation will livestream Fiesta event for first time ever Thursday night

Cornyation is bringing the party to us via social media. → Read More